What is the pK of a monoprotic acid if it is known that at pH 3, 75% of the acid is in dissociation for (A)?
Loss of Vitamin B12 leads to a disease called Pernicious anemia.The chemical reaction involved is discussed here.
What is the formula of calcium polycarbophil? Calcium Polycarbophil is the calcium salkt of polyacrylic acid cross linked with divinyl glycol. But what is its forumla? I am looking for something in the format Ca[Ca3H4O3]n....etc. Be sure to includes a way to convey the subscript numbers.
How many CO2 molecules would be produced by a complete breakdown of a trisaccharide? explain BRIEFLY and understandably!! Just need a paragraph explanation please.
What is the difference between the free energy change (delta-G) for a reaction and the standard free energy change (delta-G°') for the reaction?
Why does physical exertion increase symptoms of poisoning by trematol? Why does the pH of the blood decrease in a person who has digested trematol?
If I had a body mass of 56 kg how would I get an estimate of my total body weight? I need a full calculation and what the method is called. Also, I have read that D2O IS used in some experiments to calculate tbw in kgs. Can you explain this process fully to me? The article I have read is 'Rapid measurement of deuterium conten
Vitamin B12 deficiency causes pernicious anemia and neuro-pathology alongwith folic acid deficiency. Both of these vitamins are necessary in the production of RBC.
Describe the two roles of vitamin B12 in metabolism in humans.
"A branched biochemical pathway synthesizes two related essential amino acids D and F. A mutant defective for enzyme 2 will grow on minimal medium supplemented with which compounds?" The picture drawn with this problem looks something like this (I'll also attach a Word file in case this is unclear: 1
In a normal diploid cell, polyploidy can be induced by treatment with colchicine. The drug must exert its effect during which phase of the cell growth or division?
The performance of a seed can be determined by studying its germination and viability potential. One of the most significant advances in seed testing technology in recent years is the topographical tetrazolium method.
What is the association constant of GABA for the GABA receptor?
CA2+, IP3, and cAMP have all been described as second messengers. In what ways are their mechanisms of action similar? In what ways are they different? If you were comparing the molecular structure of kinesin and dynein, which part (heads or tails) would you expect to be most similar between them? Why?
Please help answer the following questions. Provide at least 300 words in the solution. What are NAD and FAD? How do their roles differ? Which is found in greater amounts?
Why would a wine maker be upset when his son lifted the lids on the vats of fermenting grapes? Why do most wines have an alcoholic content no greater than 12%? These questions are noted.
Venison that comes from a deer that is shot before it can run is more tender and not as strongly flavored as venison from a deer that has run to exhaustion. Why?
Identifying 3 styles of enzyme linked immunosorbent assay diagramed in attachments. Attachments in pdf format.
Identify the 3 ELISA styles in the attachment below.